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Did you know that Moosa Creek Nursery is more than a supplier of beautiful native plants for your home garden? We are also an experienced grower of hardy plants for habitat restoration and mitigation projects.  

It is this background in restoration that molds our approach to growing plants for your yard. We select and send out plants that are appropriate for the area being planted, we grow them tough enough to withstand the natural conditions and use techniques that produce plants that are pleasing to the most discerning retailer, yet not pampered with fertilizers and chemicals.

Our diverse palette of plants includes many that support our native wildlife, so you can combine a beautiful landscape and provide wildlife habitat in your own backyard.


 To hear more about native plant gardening and how to plan a wildlife habitat, attend one of our upcoming workshops;


Follow our FaceBook postings for details.

More dates and locations for future seminars will be on FaceBook and in upcoming newsletters.


By the way, we are proud to announce that we are sponsors of KPBS radio, San Diego's public radio station (FM 89.5) Have you heard our traffic sponsorship spot? Let us know on Facebook!


To see our extensive list of  all our native plants in our inventory download our availability listOur wholesale customers should call us for wholesale pricing, or for contract growing at 760-749-3216. 

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Iris douglasiana 'canyon Snow'
Canyon Snow Iris


Iris douglasiana 'Canyon snow' Nothing screams springtime to me like the blooms of this Douglas Iris selection. Clean white blooms, a splash of golden yellow and rich green foliage combine to fool you into thinking this must be one of those thirsty non-native lilies. But not at all, this spring favorite will tolerate irrigation but is not at all a water hog. This selection is easy to grow, with a nice year-round appearance. Shiny upright green foliage spreads slowly to form clumps up to 4 feet across. The real show comes in spring with a sea of white flowers with a splash of yellow in the center. Plant as an accent, in borders, along pathways, under oaks, or in a meadow garden or even in containers. You'll love the showy flowers either in your landscape or as cut flowers brightening your home. 

Every purchase of our "Plant of the Month" at our retail nursery partners will generate a $0.50 donation to PLANT WITH PURPOSE to help villages in third world economies restore farms, plant trees and create local jobs.


Santa Rosa Plateau Vernal Pools Trail



Vernal Pool Santa Rosa Plateau The Reserve consists of 9000 acres with six separate ecosystems. The land has been set aside to protect unique ecosystems like Engelmann oak woodlands, riparian wetlands, coastal sage scrub, chaparral, bunchgrass prairie, vernal pools and more than 200 species of native birds and 49 endangered, threatened or rare animal and plant species, including mule deer, mountain lions, badgers, bobcats, western pond turtles, white-tailed kites and fairy shrimp. After our recent rains the vernal pools should be coming alive and the margins showing a great display of wildflowers. Two species of fairy shrimp live in the seasonal vernal pools on the Reserve, but only one is found here and nowhere else on Earth. Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve is located at the southern end of the Santa Ana Mountains in southwest Riverside County, near the city of Murrieta.




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